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Privately Printed, 1897. Map frontispiece, one photo Illus. 83pp. 8vo, original green cloth, bottom corners very lightly bumped, front cover with small light dampstain. (N.p.: Privately Printed, 1897). First Edition Presentation copy, that is signed and dated from 1897. Author was Admiral Peary's mineralogist during the Arctic Expedition of 1896. Hoppin kept a day-to-day account of the voyage of the Hope, including scientific observations. Arctic Bibliography 7401.
London: Jonathan Cape, 1971. Chosen, Edited and Introduced by William Plomer. Three volumes. 8vo, cloth-backed marbled boards, slipcase, slipcase worn and dampstained with very light corresponding stains on spines. London: Jonathan Cape, (1971). A very good(-) set in good slipcase. Volume I: 1 January 1870-19 August 1871. Volume II: 23 August 1871-13 May 1874. Volume III: 14 May 1874-13 March 1879.
San Marino: Huntington Library, 1955. Edited and Annotated by Robert Glass Cleland and Juanita Brooks. 4 Illus., one in color. 2 Vols. 8vo, brown cloth, d.w. lightly soiled on both volumes, d.w. chipped on volume II, corners of cloth lightly bumped on both volumes. San Marino: Huntington Library, 1955. First Edition Author, an adopted son of Brigham Young, migrated to the valley of the Great Salt Lake in 1848. Lee participated in the Mountain Meadows Massacre of 1857 and was.....
London: John Murray, 1834. 408pp. 8vo, rebound in modern brown cloth. London: John Murray, 1834. First Edition. Very good "...the journals of two earlier residences in Jamaica, in 1815-16 and in 1817, respectively. It is, therefore, an interesting document dealing with the state of the island after the abolition of the slave trade and before the freeing of blacks." Ragatz, pages 227-228. Sabin 40821.